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American Association for Clinical Chemistry
INSTITUTE OF SCRAP RECYCLING INDUSTRIES
Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges
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About Council of State Archivists (CoSA)
The Council of State Archivists (CoSA) is a dynamic national organization representing the state archives and records management operations in the 56 states and territories and the District of Columbia. CoSA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to support and strengthen state and territorial archives in their work to preserve and make accessible America’s historic records. This work is accomplished through: fostering collaborations among state and territorial archives and with allied professions; providing a range of services to state archives to strengthen their programs; and working at the national level to advocate and secure funding and resources for records programs. CoSA’s projects have significantly influenced how state governments manage paper and digital records, protect citizen rights, and preserve their history. CoSA’s annual operating budget is approximately $250,000, which supports the position of a full-time Executive Director and part-time administrative and project-based contractors. The operating budget is supplemented by grant funds for specific projects that can support additional project staff and/or additional time for incumbents. Since 20...12, CoSA has administered $1.3 million dollars in programmatic grant funds. MISSION The Council of State Archivists provides leadership to strengthen and support state and territorial archives leaders and staff in their work to preserve and provide access to government records. CORE VALUES RELEVANT: CoSA anticipates and responds to developing trends, emerging research, and advocacy issues that meet the evolving needs of state and territorial archives leaders and staff. INCLUSIVE: CoSA represents all state and territorial archives leaders and staff, encourages all agencies to provide equitable access to state records, and advocates for equity and inclusion within the government records workforce. COLLABORATIVE: CoSA acknowledges, amplifies, and facilitates the creative strength and extensive knowledge of diverse members, partners, and stakeholders working together.
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